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Enabling New Relic in a Bluemix node application

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I just posted an entry on my personal blog titled “enabling New Relic in a Cloud Foundry node application”, which walks through enabling a node.js application with the New Relic monitoring service.  

As this enablement is generic to Cloud Foundry, it will of course work with Bluemix, and I’ve enabled one of my Bluemix apps – node-stuff – to make use of it.

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May 7, 2019

We’ve Moved! The IBM Cloud Blog Has a New URL

In an effort better integrate the IBM Cloud Blog with the IBM Cloud web experience, we have migrated the blog to a new URL: www.ibm.com/cloud/blog.

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May 1, 2019

Two Tutorials: Plan, Create, and Update Deployment Environments with Terraform

Multiple environments are pretty common in a project when building a solution. They support the different phases of the development cycle and the slight differences between the environments, like capacity, networking, credentials, and log verbosity. These two tutorials will show you how to manage the environments with Terraform.

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April 29, 2019

Transforming Customer Experiences with AI Services (Part 1)

This is an experience from a recent customer engagement on transcribing customer conversations using IBM Watson AI services.

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